Map of the Conotton Creek Trail in Eastern Ohio


Conotton Creek Trail

Conotton Creek Trail Ohio map area

Conotton Creek Trail


14.4 miles


unpaved - compacted crushed stone


Bowerston, Conotton, Scio, Jewett


Conotton Creek, rail trail, Ohio countryside, farms, woodlands, wetlands, covered bridge of Scio, wildlife


Regional Trails

The Conotton Creek Trail is a 14.4-mile long unpaved pathway that spans between the communities of Bowerston and Jewett in Eastern Ohio. The trail goes through farmland and small communities in the rolling hills of this area of Ohio.

The trail was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and has few street crossings and gentle grades. There is an historic covered bridge in Scio that is one of the trail's main attractions.


The Conotton Creek Trail is unpaved with an improved surface of compacted crushed stone. The trail is open for bike riding, walking and running.


The Conotton Creek Trail goes past the communities of Bowerston, Conotton, Scio and Jewett.

End Points

The west end of the Conotton Creek Trail is located at the end of Broadway Street off of Boyce Drive in Bowerston.

The east end of the Conotton Creek Trail is located at the intersection of Cadiz Street and Water Street in Jewett.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Conotton Creek Trail in Eastern Ohio.